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The Greenforce Foundation


The background to the Greenforce Foundation:

The Greenforce Foundation is committed to making an overall positive impact on the world that we all share.

The Greenforce Foundation (UK Charity Number: 1138690) has provided direct funding to specific at risk communities.

Examples of our work that participants all helped include:

Marine survey, gazetting and creation of a new Marine National Park, in the Bahamas.

Building two 50,000 litre reservoirs, solar powered bore holes and pumps to provide fresh water to two indigenous Maasai communities in Tanzania. (As seen on BBC TV “Maasai Marathon”).

Solar Powered led lighting for 120 homes in remote Fiji islands plus computer equipment to enable the island one roomed school to have outside contact and future internet access to teaching aids.

Planted over 250,000 trees in Amazon re forestation projects, to offset over 60 years of Greenforce flights to our programs.

Placed over 350 teaching assistants, along with gifts of teaching equipment, in schools in South America, Africa and South East Asia.

Provision of 23” medical boat to provide inter island transport to the remote nurse in the Fijian outer islands.

Published numerous scientific papers for peer review and PhD dissertation.

“It’s a rare opportunity to work with such dedicated and professional people” Glen Richards, Senior Scientist, Royal Society SEARRP (South East Asia Rainforest Research Program).


How To Donate?
The Greenforce Foundation accepts donations from past participants, parents or others who wish to direct contribution to the villages and communities with whom we work but are unable tovolunteer on our Make A Difference programs.

Your donations can be made by Just Giving. Just Giving is independently run to ensure the direct contribution goes to your selected program in the most tax efficient way, complying with the Charity Commission requirements.

Please call for further details.


Why Was Greenforce Created?

The 1992 Rio Earth Summit, Section 3c stated that host countries should undertake base line biodiversity inventories to ascertain what areas need protection. If a signatory is unable to do this survey they can request assistance from international aid agencies. Greenforce is one of these agencies.

The Greenforce Foundation offer long term commitment to at risk regions to help establish sustainable communities. In addition our training programs offer Volunteer Research Assistants the opportunity to work alongside scientists to make a real difference and also develop their own careers in conservation.